Richard Celler is the Managing Partner of Richard Celler Legal, P.A., a/k/a the Florida Overtime Lawyer. He created this firm after having served as the Founding Member and Managing Partner of one of the largest employee/plaintiff side employment law divisions in the United States.
In this capacity, Mr. Celler managed a team of over 40 employees and 11 lawyers handling single plaintiff and class action employment and discrimination cases throughout Florida and the United States.During his development of this Division, Mr. Celler trained each of the lawyers in the division on the law applicable to employment situations, how to litigate these cases successfully, and how to build a successful employment law practice by keeping the main priority in mind – – the client.
During Mr. Celler’s tenure as the Division Head, he successfully guided his team to substantial settlements and verdicts in thousands of cases including resolutions between $1,000,000 to in excess of $9,500,000.00, on single cases.
Mr. Celler was also the lead trial lawyer for the Division, and secured total client verdicts in excess of $330,000.00 and $1,100,000.00 in employment law trials regarding HIV Discrimination and Family Medical Leave Act Discrimination.
Mr. Celler has served as the first chair (or lead trial counsel) in excess of 20 employment law trials.In November 2013, Mr. Celler left big firm life with the idea of reopening his own litigation firm with an emphasis on something most big firms cannot provide – – a lower volume of cases, and more focus on the needs and attention of every single client.
Mr. Celler’s practice focuses on all areas of the employment context from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation under the Florida Civil Rights Act, Title VII, the Family Medical Leave Act, and other employment related statutes. Additionally, Mr. Celler represents individuals in whistleblower and wage and hour litigation (overtime, minimum wage, commissions, final paychecks).
Many firms charge clients for an initial consultation to discuss their claims. Mr. Celler does not. You can call him or email him to discuss your case for free. If he elects to represent you, your case will be handled on a contingency basis, which means that he only gets paid, if you get paid. We encourage you to look at the remainder of our website for information on your rights and benefits in the workplace – www.floridaovertimelawyer.com.
Attorney Noah E. Storch is a Partner of Richard Celler Legal, P.A., a/k/a the Florida Overtime Lawyer. What separates Mr. Storch from most, are his years of experience representing and counseling employers of all sizes, exclusively in employment related matters.
Most recently, Mr. Storch defended companies at the largest and most distinguished global management-side defense firm in all areas of employment law. Mr. Storch’s experience and insight is now being put to use in defense of workers.
Additionally, Mr. Storch’s background includes significant litigation experience. His practice focuses on all areas of the employment from discrimination, harassment, and retaliation under the Florida Civil Rights Act, Title VII, the Family Medical Leave Act, and other employment related statutes.
Additionally, Mr. Storch represents individuals in whistleblower and wage and hour litigation (overtime, minimum wage, commissions, final paychecks).
Mr. Storch is dedicated to vigorously defending and advocating for the rights of individuals, and focuses on the needs and attention of each and every client while doing so.
Mr. Storch was named a Florida Super Lawyers “Rising Star” consecutively from 2014 to 2016 and is licensed to practice in all Florida state courts, including the Southern, Middle, and Northern District of Florida as well as the 11th Circuit. Originally from NY state, he moved to Florida in 4th grade with his family.
Many firms charge clients for an initial consultation to discuss their claims. Mr. Storch does not. You can call him or email him to discuss your case for free. – www.floridaovertimelawyer.com.